Huntington Learning Center shares what students need to thrive in the Experience Age.
Triumphs with homework help, ACT test prep bring notes of thanks
Youth has learned skills that have helped him with the transition to faster classroom pace.
A personalized program can help struggling students succeed.
Create positive expectations for your child before an evaluation takes place.
Poor study skills and declining grades might mean your child needs help.
Be mindful of application deadlines for scholarships and financial aid.
Even before he was diagnosed as a first-grader, Brayden Geiger displayed most of the signs associated with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) at…
Goodbye, summer mode. Hello, school mode.
Some kids struggle when interacting with peers, but with some coaching, they can make a new start.
Between now and the start of school this fall, a child's literacy skills need constant nurturing.
Millard West student has seen her score improve by three points.
Modifications to study habits, learning environments can go a long way toward academic success.
Practical applications in celebration of Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month.
Strong grades do matter. But that's just part of the equation.
It takes effort and persistence to be a good student, and the hardest part for many is learning and consistently embracing good homework habits.
Tips for gearing up for a great second half of the school year.
Reading is fundamental – there’s no doubt about that. Without it, most other learning is practically impossible.
How can kids learn to own their ADHD, especially in a world that isn’t always supportive? It’s a process and a journey that parents can help guide and champion.
“Math is a subject where small problems can become big ones as time goes on. If homework time has become a stressful ordeal, we can help get to the root of the issue and help get back on track.”
Here are some of the latest happenings regarding the ACT college admissions exam and what your teen needs to know.